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Univision
Jul 3, 2013 6:30pm PDT
presidente evo morales y en francia y en portugal por la sospecha de que que llevaba escondido a edward snowden y comenta el incidente mientras que parÍs y lisboa se defiendo en. >>> hace un aÑo eran jÓvenes indocumentados y hoy tres dreamdores trabajan en la alcaldÍa de los los Ángeles. >>> en perÚ destruyen una pirÁmide de 5000 aÑos y las autoridades culpan a traficantes de terrenos. >>> asÍ comenzamos. >>> (♪). este es, su noticiero univisiÓn, con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> muy buenas noches comenzamos el noticiero con el golpe milito nar egipto el ejÉrcito destuyoÓ al presidente en turno y desigÓo a un de lee pero gobernar, y egipto como ven estÁ dividido y se los mostramos a la derecha imÁgenes de miles de personas que se congregaron en la plaza para celebrar la caÍda de mohammed mursi el primer presidente elegido democrÁticomente y aquÍ a mi izquierda las imÁgenes de miles que se mantienen fieles a mursi y rechazan un gobierno militar es decir si estas partes se juntan, podrÍa haber un verdadero baÑo de sangre en egipto, y ya es de madrug
Univision
Jul 4, 2013 6:30pm PDT
mÁs alto. >>> y lÍderes sudamericanos anuncian reuniÓn por el virtual secuestro de evo moral. >>> y la estatua de inmigrante abre sus puertas despuÉs de estar cerrada, y cientos festej festejan, comenzamos. >>> (♪). este es, su noticiero univisiÓn, con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> (♪). >>> muy buenas tardes, jorge y marÍa elena tienen el dia libre, celebraciÓn segura es la mision de las autoridades en todo el paÍs, y que trabajan para que los festejos con motivo del dÍa de la independencia este cuatro de julio terminen con un saldo blanco, elemento gentes policiacos y equipos de alta tecnologÍa ha sido desplegado para reforzar la seguridad en varias ciudades y jorge viera nos tiene los detalles. >>> (♪). >>> en este cuatro de julio de las banderas americanas estÁn por todas partes y las esbeltas figuras modelan por las principales playas del paÍs algunos practican su deporte favorito y los fuegos crearan una noche mÁgica. >>> pero todo se hace bajo el lente los diferentes departamentos de seguridad de la naciÓn. >>> la policÍa va a estar sÚper alerta y
Telemundo
Jul 3, 2013 6:30pm PDT
presidente evo morales en viena. acabaron con su accidentado viaje. >>> como gobierno, estamos llevando adelante todas las denuncias a nivel internacional que son posibles. segÚn sus denuncias 4 paÍses europeos, negaron permiso al aviÓn del mandatario de cruzar su espacio aÉreo, por rumores que llevaba abordo al prÓfugo estadounidense edward snowden. >>> morales habÍa dicho que considerarÍa dar alrededle asil polÍtico austria confirmÓ que el ex contratista de la agencia de seguridad nacional no iba en el vuelo. aunque el presidente morales tiene una de los niveles mÁs bajos de aprobaciÓn de su llegada al poder. museveni este incidente con ojos nacionalista y no como un tema polÍtico. estÁn indignados que es una afrenta a su paÍs. >>> la indignaciÓn fue evidente frente a la embajada de francia. uno de los paÍses seÑalados por haber negado vÍa libre al aviÓn de morales. y otorgÓ el permiso al enterarse que en Él iba el mandatario boliviano. >>> no es justo que unos cuantos mequetrefes vengan a imponer sus condiciÓn. >>> es un abuso exagerado de parte de los paÍses c
Univision
Jul 3, 2013 11:35pm PDT
que le permitio a snowden biajar a rusia. y con esto evo morales fue atrapado en el aeropuerto. >> varios pasies le negaron el paso porque pensaron que tenía a snowde. >> no hay explicación por qué no me dejaron pasra por francia, portugal, italia y españa. >> teníamos permiso de ir por las canarias.ión >> luego de pasar 14 horas en viena. >> como suecede en casi todas las hgistoria de espionaje, en esta historia no podía faltar la espia rusa. >> se descubrio que espiaba. >> le propuso por twitter matrimonio. >> otro capitulo para mañana, acaba de llegar evo morales a bolivia. >> milones de personas celebraron el derrocamiento del ex presidente de egipto. >> el ejercito detuvo a murci y lo tiene bajo arresto. >> presidente barack obama esta preocupado por lo ocurrido en cairo. >> esto ya en washington. >> documentos revelados hoy por judicial watch, dice que el clerigo nacido en estados unidos , dice que frecuentaba prostibulos. >> y fue dado muerto. >> el gorbienro de obama , dice que viene una reforma de salud. >> el cambio legislativo se aplicara el 2015. >> mark mas
SFGTV2
Jul 3, 2013 3:30am PDT
or second time that they were picked up on drug possession. so you saw that as sort of a moral notion and you also see the cost-savings argument. when people -- i could critically say, look, most drug treatment does not work most of the time for most of the people who pursue it. that said, dollar for dollar, person for person, drug treatment is a dramatically better investment than incarceration, right? you think about it. treatment is like quitting cigarettes, right? people need multiple times and you don't know until you're on your deathbed. cigarettes are more addictive than other drugs and takes time. but i think people responded to some extent on a moral basis that it's just not right to put people behind bars for that and secondly on the cost savings piece. the third one was the utilization of law enforcement resources. we see that with marijuana and other drugs and by in large they say let the cops focus on real crime, predator crimes, violent crimes, not prioritize the simple ones. [applause] >> i want to give everyone on the panel one last chance to make any closing re
Comedy Central
Jun 28, 2013 7:20pm PDT
web site now,. >> technically and morally -- >> they have discovered the internet. their sites have a web site, it's on a little bit of a tape delay. >> so as they're running out with those physical pieces of paper they're still talking. >> the justices are upstairs in the courtroom explaining what it is they've done. and justice scalia is about to go off explaining why it is the end of the world. and they hand out the opinion downstairs and it gets run out to the tv camera. >> let's talk a little bit about justice scalia going off as you politely put it. he did go off. and he does like to go off. he talked about the diseased root of this terrible decision. and how the rest of the justices basically did not understand how the supreme court was supposed to work. how did that go down when you are sitting next to him going, hey! it must be weird for the other justiceses. >> are they used to him being cantankerous. >> each of them has their own personality and can say anything they want it is an amazing thing, a great or horrible thing about life tenure. it is your word and you get to e
FOX
Jun 30, 2013 5:00am PDT
. you can't expect the church to have the same approach to the very important moral questions as someone who's in a secular institution. >> the presupposition is that the church -- if the church would just accept the morals of the society everything would be fine. and end sexual abuse. >> what i hear the professor saying is if the only time we talk about sex in any way, ethics, morality, practice, is in response to aberration, deviant behavior, if that's what drives the conversation then the outcomes are going to be -- [ overlapping speakers >> because if we didn't treat this as a tmz story and we were to drill down -- if it wasn't boys fit was girl, women which is happening all the time, we wouldn't be having this conversation. part of what i'm trying to suggest here is not about anyone compromising their fundamental faith commuitments. i'm not trying to push my own liberalism onto your particular congregation. >> you can make that point in a minute. >> i'm going to have an argument with you on christian grounds. not on the grounds of me being secular quote unquote. but a way we
CSPAN
Jun 29, 2013 8:00am EDT
class where irreligious and the middle classes were that churchgoing best tunes of civil morality. much the same pattern can be found in the united states today and it is one more pattern subversive of the idea that economic and intellectual sophistication of our natural enemies of religious faith. consider a prominent book published in 2010 by sociologists, robert d. putnam and david campbell called american grace:how religion divides and unites us. its single handedly refute the idea that religious us to be in the united states is a lower class affair. in the first half of the 20th century the authors observed college-educated people participated more in churchs than those with less education. that pattern changed in the 1960s which saw church attendance of all of among the educated but then re-emerged another pattern according to which attendance tended to rise again faster among the educated and among the less educated. as the authors observe what makes this trend is contrary to any ideas that religion is nowadays providing solace only to the disinherited and dispossessed, wit
CSPAN
Jun 30, 2013 11:45pm EDT
-term implications of doing this would be or the moral implications or what my fathers choices were. essentially the a doctor just said he has a slow heart be so we are putting in a pacemaker. the result was that my mother, i talked to her about it quite a bit later and she said, i was still in denial. i select hope that somehow he could recover from the stroke and i was the daughter on the far coast and quite ignorant about medicine then. i really figured it was their decision. it was up to them. if i had to do over again though i think i would have been a lot more proactive at that early stage. i would have done a lot more research. i would have understood that are what we were up against. >> if you had chosen to take out the pacemaker after two years, could you do that? >> well that's an interesting question. first of all it would not have been taken out. it could be disabled with just a little remote radio device that would deactivate it so it was actually a painless procedure. the cardiologist associations have now put out a statement saying that it is not euthanasia, it is not
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 6:00pm PDT
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MSNBC
Jul 4, 2013 1:00am PDT
there every monday? the whole moral mondays thing, it's off the hook. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can ea
Telemundo
Jun 26, 2013 6:30pm PDT
que la moral debe cambiar, porque la moral es el s sustento de la sociedad y la m familia >> por diferencia de 1 voto, se determino que la ley federal que negaba los derechos a las pe personas del mismo sexo es in n inconstitucoinal >> si un estado de ta ste da i matriomnioonio, el gobierno fedl no te puede discriminar >> ellos ahora tendran benef beneficios y responsabilidads correspondiente sa cus a cual e persona casada >> en california la celebracion fue otra >> quiero llorar, birncar, no u quiero decir como me siento >> ella y su pareja planean su boda, porque en un segundo fal o fallos e dio la reanudacion del matrimonio en el estado dorado, los promotores de la proposiciÓn 8 no estaban habilitados para l lleavr la demanda a la corte >> la corte suprema no tiene d r derecho frente a ll matrimonio i sino que le corresponde a dios >> hoy el dÍa le pertenece a oso ganadores, incluyendo al porr presidente barack obama que c e celebro la aprobacion y prometio agilizar el proceso para dar la igualdad en 13 estados >> los gays tienen el mismo d e derecho como los demas, el mt ma
Univision
Jun 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
el impuesto es su caracter moral. >> con tal que tenga impuestos eso es demostrar que tieen buen caracter moral y esperemos que sea algo positivo. >> además es importante corregir errores del pasado, qpor la falta de un seguro haya usado una identidad de otra persona. >> no se debe tener antecedente penal. >> eso es un preparativo que demuestra que tenemos inicitiva. >> estamos haciendo algo por el momento. >> nosotros le vamos a ayuda, qué es lo que deben de hacer para preparar su crédito. >> no tener deudas y tan siquiera que si las tienque las está pagando. >> el congreso continúa inamovible no ha hecho nada para evitar que suban los impuestos al doble por prestramos universitarios, hay ayudas para que terminen esus estudios sin endeudarse. >> el instituo mexicano abrio el periodo de postulacion de fondos para el programa de becas ime. >> el gobierno de méxico tiene pues programas academicos para que a través de organizaciones no lucrativos en estados unidos puedan tener cursos de alfabetixacion además concluir sus estudios de primaria o secundaria. >> el programa de i
FOX News
Jul 3, 2013 1:00am PDT
interesting argument that that is morally wrong? would you say morally wrong the double standard? morally wrong? >> i think it is grotesque and morally wron okay. >> she says it's morally wrong for you, colmes, to support the double standard. >> no. what's morally wrong is that we have a society with this imbalance. the only way to solve the problem is to correct that imbalance. >> by wearing a t-shirt. >> ambulance by having a true equality in this country. >> but you don't have true equality. i'm saying only will when we have that will there not be this double standard. >> as long as we don't have anywhere vanna, a perfect state of equality, then the minority that was persecuted in the past can do all kinds of things that the majority can't do. >> still being persecuted. there still is a problem in america. it's not just historical. it's not. >> that means they can do a lot more than the other people did. >> the perception is different depending on who is wearing what t-shirt. >> if you want to achieve the equality that you are talking about, you have got to erase these double standards
Univision
Jul 3, 2013 7:00am PDT
♪ ♪ "despierta amÉrica" ♪ >>> con la banda presidencial ultrajada evo morales regresa tras sospechas de que llevaba a espÍa en su aviÓn. >>> en los deportes tenemos los resultados en los partidos de octavos de final del mundial sub 20 de turquÍa. y en el tour de francia historia en la prueba de equipos. >>> los fans y familiares de jenni rivera la acompaÑaron en su tumba en lo que hubiera sido su nuevo cumpleaÑos. >>> y padres, ya sabrÁn las nuevas formas que tienen los jÓvenes de embriagarse. >>> y tenemos la reacciÓn de una familia que despuÉs de 34 aÑos recibe la tarjeta verde. >>> y acompaÑamos a henry santos al gran lanzamiento de su nueva imagen. >>> y te vas a quedar sorpredido con las posturas de dormir. >>> y jhonny depp nos cuenta todo sobre el llanero solitario. >>> yo soy toro, tu... no. ♪ ♪ ♪(mÚsica)♪ >>> la de verde se menea bien. >>> el de gris. >>> vamos jhonny. >>> buenos dÍas familia de "despierta amÉrica." bienvenidos a la casa mÁs feliz de la familia hispana. siendo ombligo de la semana, miÉrcoles 3 de julio, maÑana 4 celebraciÓ
CSPAN
Jun 29, 2013 11:00am EDT
experience because we consider it our own. we have a moral obligation as presidents or citizens of most powerful nation on earth to own some parts of what happens on the other side of our missile because it is being done in our name, with our money and ultimately going to affect our ability sell our challenge is quite a simple one but is the bold move to make in life. have empathy for people who don't reside next door to us or appear on our newscast, make our business to know the name or story of a person who lost something because the next time someone tries to use the phrase collateral damage or casualties have a real story to tell the man that is our challenge, thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you. thank you for that. [applause] >> there are microphones here, thank you. there are microphones here, if people come up, phil donahue. this young man over here. we trying to add some gender balance? men raise their hands first. 30 seconds. >> over the past week we learned two news networks have succumbed to mounting pressures that are politically powerful and financially wealthy. an
CSPAN
Jun 30, 2013 9:00pm EDT
attack the infrastructure. these are the 3% that caused this war and it makes no moral sense for me to kill the 97% who don't own slaves in northern virginia when i can go deep into virginia and humiliate this honor society. machiavelli said people were forgiving to kill their father but not if they destroy your your patrimony. for themistocles it was seapower and imperialism empowering to poor of athens. so i guess they were revolutionaries and beyond that sense. they were very well spoken and to read shermans written communications we know that david petraeus is his ph.d. and matthew ridgway, they were not just auto didactic but informal students in a very serious manner, very erudite people and they communicated well and wrote well. they didn't trust hearsay. if someby avid petraeus this is how it is in iraq when you get over there and you come home, he did not trust that. he made sure that he doubled checked quadruple checked in the same thing with sherman. they were empirical. i think that's a very important trait and constitutional society that is subject to 51% of the people
CNN
Jul 4, 2013 12:00am PDT
president ivo morales arrived home from moscow tie hero's welcome. he was showered by confetti and cheered by crowds who believe mr. morales was the victim of an act of aggression by a number of european countries because they denied his jet overnight rights because they had suspicions that intelligence leaker edward snowden may have been on board. and as matthew chance reports, this diplomatic incident has sparked a furious reaction across latin america. >> reporter: on the streets of bolivia's capital there's outrage at western treatment of ivo morales, their popular socialist president. the bolivian media has been quick to blame his imperialist enemy. pressure from the united states, reads this headline, "forces european countries to threaten the president's life." bolivians see the refusal to allow the presidential plane to enter key european airspace as a national insult. >> translator: we came very early to offer up the newspapers and the day's news. the news about the president seems like a very bad incident. that countries discriminate, that cannot happen. they need to ask
PBS
Jul 3, 2013 6:00pm PDT
has the story. >> suarez: bolivian president evo morales boarded his plane in vienna today. hours after being stranded at the airport as austrian authorities, with his permission, searched the aircraft in vain for fugitive edward snowden. returning from an energy summit in moscow last night, morales landed in vienna after being denied entry to italian, french, portuguese and spanish airspace- - a move that enraged bolivian authorities. >> ( translated ): portugal needs to explain to us, france needs to explain to us why they had cancelled permission to use their airspace. >> suarez: but today there was confusion as those countries denied refusing morales' passage. and in vienna, morales told reporters it's unclear why he was suspected of harboring snowden in the first place. >> ( translated ): of course, how can we have on our plane a person who is having problems with another country. we are very responsible in what we do and we are also very responsible as regards to international agreements. >> suarez: snowden himself remains out of sight, reportedly still in the transit area o
CSPAN
Jul 2, 2013 9:00am EDT
moral objection to certain kinds of marriage, for example people below a certain age. but that is where this can come in. because working its way through this at this time was roaming versus evans. we will leave it to another time with details on the case about gay rights in colorado and what we anticipated was precisely what took place with justice kennedy's opinion, which came down after the hearing but just at the time when the house was at the middle of the defense of marriage act. this was the moment in which justice kennedy declared that the morals of the homosexual life seems inexplicable by anything towards what it affects and it lacks a rational relationship state entry. centuries of jewish and catholic teaching are part of this. no longer could they find a reason ground of justification. therefore, a state could not be incorporating any longer within its flaws, and adverse moral judgment on the lot they could not honor a same-sex marriage coming in from another state, for example. now, they could now knocked out the authority of the states and that is what brought forth
Univision
Jul 3, 2013 11:00pm PDT
han aumentado. >> se ha convocado a una recepción masiva en bolivia para el presidente evo morales, cuando se le negó aterrizar en francia y portugal por sospechar que se encontraba en compañía de edward snowden, sospechas que fueron confirmadas ser falsas. >> el presidente de egipto lanzó un mensaje por twitter avisando del golpe de estado, se anunció la disolución del parlamento, los manifestantes celebran la expulsión de los hermamnos del poder. >> la gasolina podrñia subir luego que el petróleo subiera a 102 dolares por barril y se podría deber a la inestabilidad en egipto que aunque no es un gran productor, sí podría verse envuelto en problemas de transporte de los barriles a travñes del canal de suez. >> a la vuelta vemos cómo se podr'ñian ver afectados los 'jóvenes por demencia informática. >> un estudio en korea del sur encontró un aumento en traumas neurológicos y correlacionadas con el uso desmedikdo de tv y videojuegos y es que cerca de más del 25 por ciento de la poblac. >> población surcoreana pasa más de 8 horas al d'ñia usando sus teléfonos de
Telemundo
Jul 4, 2013 6:30pm PDT
relevancia, luego que el aviÓn del presidente evo morales fue desviado de su ruta en un viaje a europa, ante la sospecha que snowden estuviera abordo de la aeronave. permanece en Área de transito internacional en el aeropuerto de moscÚ. quedÓ varado luego que estados unidos le revocÓ su pasaporte. lÍderes norteamericanos llegaron a la paz volvÍa para una reuniÓn de emergencia que se analizarÍa lo que sucediÓ en retorno de europa del mandatario evo morales. >>> 24 horas despuÉs del golpe de estado. contra el presidente de egipto, mohammed muricy. las fuerzas armadas instauraron un gobierno para un perÍodo transitorio. mursi estaba bajo custodia del ejÉrcito y es investigado junto a otros 8 dirigentes por insultar al poder judicial a travÉs de los medios de comunicaciÓn. mientras la coaliciÓn de partidos islamistas hermandad llama a todo el paÍs en rechazo del golpe del estado militar, que derrocÓ al primer presidente elegido democrÁticamente en la historia de este paÍs. >>> con esto vamos a una pausa, pero al regresar en noticiero telemundo muchos inmigrantes indocume
CBS
Jul 3, 2013 4:30am PDT
search for nsa leaker edward snowden. it was suspected he was on bolivian president morales' plane headed to bolivia and the flight was rerouted to austria. it turns out edward snowden was not on the plane. morales had suggested his government would be willing to consider granting asylum. >>> a candlelight memorial was held for the arizona firefighters who died battling a wildfire this past weekend. >> christopher mckenzie, 30. [ bell ] >> the names of each of the 19 men who died read one by one last night. meanwhile marlie hall has more on the investigation into how this elite team got caught with nowhere to run. >>> reporter: this is our first look at the area where the members of the granite mountain hotshots died near yarnell, arizona. the elite team found itself cut off by wind whipped flames. >> once the wind kicks up it becomes a problem and makes it very difficult to control the fire and get after it. >> reporter: the hotshots were last heard from at 4 p.m. sunday as they were moving to fight the fire between two ridges. a national weather service station several miles away
SFGTV
Jul 5, 2013 10:30am PDT
of post-traumatic stress when we think of just combat is a new concept called "moral injury." it's something that is beginning to take a little bit of interest in the lot of the communities and they are trying to figure out how to best serve veterans with post-traumatic stress? moral injury is the guilt element and how you live with your experience and you live with your decisions of combat. so identifying that post-traumatic stress has different levels and not everyone responds equally to treatment, nor does everyone have the exact same experience, because everyone's experience is unique, regardless of the con flict or the amount of time that you served in the military. in addition, to the combat-related issues there are issues that aren't necessarily isolated or selective in the military that are wrapped around the combat element. so that is something that i am sure many of you have heard about in the military, which is military sexual trauma. so the survival of military sexual trauma is likely to then relate and have the exposure to those traumas ending with post-traumatic stres
PBS
Jul 3, 2013 7:00pm PDT
evo morales says he's not a criminal but he says that's how he felt after three european countries forced him to divert his private jet. they suspected he was harboring edward snowden, the fugitive former intelligence contractor. morales was on his way home from russia. france, italy and portugal canceled air permits for his flight. the plane had to make an emergency landing in vienna, austria, delaying the president for more than 14 hours. snowden was not on board. >> translator: i couldn't accept it. first of all, i'm not a criminal. and besides, you all know international rules say a president's right to go anywhere in the world is inviolable. >> he was delayed for 14 hours. u.s. authorities asked countries to deny snowden the right of entry or transit. they've revoked his passport and charged him with espionage for revealing secret programs. >>> people in japan will be hearing a lot about their politicians in the coming days on the street, on tv and online. the official campaign begins thursday. prime minister shinzo abe's trying to break a political deadlock in the diet by wre
Comedy Central
Jul 4, 2013 1:30am PDT
mean something in moral terms, right? like we can look back on a dissent like the one in plessy versus ferguson. that's the old case that said it was okay to have separate but equal. we think about that dissent as correct. so it ends up having kind of moral weight but it doesn't have any legal value. you're right about that >> stephen: is there any way we could turn the gay people and the black people against each other? and make them fight in a sort of thunder dome. and the winner gets the civil rights? >> i don't think so. you know, one thing about this country... >> stephen: you're not sure. it's possible. >> no. [ cheers and applause ] >> no. it's not possible. and the reason is these are separate matters of civil rights. they get... the supreme court decides each case as it comes before it. there isn't this kind of overarching world in which the litigants meet in some kind of match-up >> stephen: after these two decisions i mean people have said that the gay rights is the new civil rights. fight of our time. are gay people the new black people? if so, can black people get m
CSPAN
Jul 1, 2013 7:30pm EDT
-- eight long years. she hated it. she was key to troop morale. he felt that very strongly. she would organize the other officers wives and they would have -- they would cook for the soldier, they will sew for the soldiers and pray for the soldiers. during the war, the washington genius was keeping the army together. washington would say he couldn't have done it without martha. he begged her to come to camp every year. the troops adored her. >> as we continue our conversation on first ladies, leslie stahl, cokie roberts discuss first ladies from martha washington to michelle obama. tonight at 9:00 eastern on c-span. >> former morgan stanley trader alexa von tobel. this is from the atlantic magazine and the aspen institute. this is half hour. >> i'm executive director for the center of quality. on behalf of the caq, we are thrilled to be a supporting underwriter of new york ideas. the caq is a nonprofit organization that serve investors and the capital market. it is my distinct honor to introduce our next panel. "the girls club: women and wall street." our panelist are uniquely qualifi
NBC
Jul 5, 2013 4:30am PDT
images of the american flag yesterday. they are angry because president morales was forced to divert his plane and land in vienna tuesday after rumors began that nsa secret leaker edward snowden was on board. morales said the incident was a violation of international sovereignty. this morning the u.s. is not commenting on the incident. >>> snowden may have a new place to go. some lawmakers in iceland are proposing granting immediate citizenship to snowden. it's unlikely it will pass. in 2005 iceland granted citizenship to chess master bobby fisher who was trying to ecape prosecution after he broke sanctions against the former yugoslavia. >>> this morning seattle police and the university of washington now investigating why a man armed with weapons and suspected explosive devices was just hanging around on campus. the university's chief of police says officers arrested the 21-year-old suspect wednesday night and also found a scoped rifle, shotgun, body armor and several molotov cocktails in a stolen truck from montana. but chief vincent says so far there does not appear to be any thre
KCSMMHZ
Jul 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
leader. the plane of president evo morales had to be grounded because there was suspicion that former u.s. contractor was on board. snowden is wanted on he is pea onnage charges. bolivian foreign minister david choquehuanca says the president was on his way home from russia. authorities in portugal and france wouldn't let morales's plane fly over their air space or touch down to get fuel. they made an emergency landing at an airport in austria. >> translator: there were unfounded suspicions that mr. snowden would be on the plane. we do not know who invented this lie. someone wants to hurt our country. >> snowden has requested asylum in about 20 countries. italy, switzerland and other european nations have refused his applications but bolivia says it would consider granting asylum if a request was filed. officials in portugal and france refused to kmnt on bolivia's claim. they say they are nervous about straining ties with the united states. >> japanese people don't know when the next big quake may help but the self-defense forces hope to be ready. they invented a new drill and trying
Univision
Jul 5, 2013 5:35am PDT
vuelo del presidente de bolivia, y morales culpÓ a estados unidos de presionar a naciones europeas para que lecce rrarÁn el espacio aÉreo como intimidar por el caso de edwards swlchlt dijo que no basta, y una vas taun disculpa dijo. >>> y era necesario cerrar la embajada de estados unidos en bolivia no la necesitamos. >>> no necesitamos sobre texto de cooperaciÓn. de relaciÓn diplomÁtica que vengan a conspirarons, desde en a de otro entrÓ desde afuera. >>> y los presidentes de argentina, ecuador, uruguay y venezuela apoyan a morales en un acto con seguidores del mandatario boliviano en co. >>> y espectÁculo para celebrar el cuatro de julio. >>> y comentarios tambiÉn en facebook.c facebook.com. (♪). >>> y el pausa se iluminÓ con celebraciÓn del dÍa de la independencialo y que tomo es tradiciÓn ya incluyeron despliegos de fuegos artificiales y las luces adornoaron el cielo para conmemorar el cumpleaÑos nÚmero 237 de los estados unidos, y fue el cuatro de julio de 177 fecha cuando lastre ce colonias que formaban la colonia se independizaron y los juegos marcan el cierre de
LINKTV
Jul 4, 2013 5:30am PDT
. resident morality has arrived back in bolivia to a hero's welcome. several european countries expected u.s. whistleblower edward snowden was on board. south american leaders are planning an emergency meeting over the issue. this is an open provocation to the continent and on the presidency and its people. they have tried to intimidate us. i just want to say that you will never intimidate us. you are never going to scare us, because we are a people with unity and sovereignty. >> jacky rowland has more from paris. >> the diplomatic fallout over this incident involving the bolivian president airplane is continuing. the french foreign minister has now apologized to his bolivian counterparts among blaming the whole incident on what he described as an administrative mishap. it is really the culmination of by frenchudging officials, who first of all claimed efficiently the bolivian airplane had been given permission to enter french airspace. only by the end of the day to be admitting there had in fact been an official delay, which they delayed on an lack of accurate information as to whose ai
Current
Jul 2, 2013 5:00pm PDT
abortion is morally wrong. but when i'm walking with a man to execution and he shackled hand and foot and surrounded by guards and they're taking him away to kill him he says sister, please pray that god holds up my legs, i said to him where's the dignity in this death? >> john: i think the irony is by being compassionate to the condemned killer, you're technically being a conservative christian. that's pretty much how jesus spelled it out in the book if i recall it correctly. >> jesus never used those terms liberal and conservative. i don't know that they're always good. i want to conserve some things that are holy and true and i'm liberal about other things. i like to talk about sticking to human rights and the dignity of life on all sides and the common good of all. >> john: all too often the words liberal and conservative are meant to keep us fighting each other. most americans are progressive on some issues and conservative on others. i want to ask you about pushback toward your mission in the south. how often do the cases both in the south and north still have racial overtones?
Univision
Jul 3, 2013 5:35am PDT
el aviÓn presidencial en que viajaba evo morales de regreso de rusia a la paz, usara su espacio aÉreo alguien pensÓ que edward snowden se habÍa escondido en el aviÓn de evo morales. >>> y que habrÍan algunas sospechosas infundadas de que el seÑor edward snowden estarÍa en esa nave. por favor no sabemos nosotros quiÉn ha invento aado esta soberana mentira, alguien quiere hacer daÑo a nuestro paÍs. >>> y bueno el canciller del ecuador patiÑo calificÓ agencias de espÍas eficiente por publicar la carta que edward snowden le dÚo al presidente de su pausa antes de que llegara a manos del mandatario. >>> enrique. >>> gracias como un thriller de spoin ze. >>> no termina esto. >>> gracias. >>> y el gobierno aplaza la en nada vigor de una prohibiciÓn clave del llamado obamacare. >>> y ademÁs aumento en el nÚmero de mujeres que consume de manera exceso vanal eje sic y el consumo que sesivo de carbohidrato podrÍa ser negativo para la salud reproductiva de los hombres, y envÍe sus . >>> las empresa estadounidenses den tran un aÑo para cumplir con prohibo de las ley de reforma de
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